The Zen Computational Linguistics Toolkit: Welcome to the Zen site. It concerns a computational linguistics toolkit developed by Gérard Huet at INRIA at the Paris-Rocquencourt center. Zen is implemented in Pidgin ML, which is a core subset of the Objective Caml programming language under the so-called revised syntax. The Zen toolkit has been abstracted from a computational linguistics library for Sanskrit under development. Its application to the analysis of Sanskrit euphony (sandhi) is available as an article in PS and PDF format. This toolkit has been applied by Sylvain Pogodalla and Nicolas Barth to the morphological analysis of French verbs (300 000 inflected forms for 6500 verbs); visit the LiToTe linguistic resources site.

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